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Everything posted by Ranhiru

  1. Great Will you be able to integrate it with the current forms ?
  2. Awesome I think we should make it kinda official Like make it available on github or codeplex... Or probably sourceforge... Any one can recommend me one?
  3. Here is the updated source code This should work on Visual Studio 2008 with Service Pack 1 http://www.4shared.com/file/Y4AWTRj2/Easy_WinApp2_Creator.html
  4. Let me get the source, check and it and re upload it again
  5. Errors or warnings? Would you mind posting at least some of the errors... Maybe i didn't include a dependency etc :S
  6. Of course, why not Here is the complete source code for it I have being busy with my degree so i couldn't touch it for a while... If people show interest, I can start working on it again Maybe its not the most efficient code so one could optimize it And also something to do is create a wizard like interface for it so a newbie for CCleaner can go step by step and create an entry for CCleaner winapp2... http://www.4shared.com/file/Q3am5GAm/CCleaner_WinApp_Source_Code.html
  7. I guess you do not have the latest Dot Net Framework installed in your PC What Operating System are you using? Did you try re-downloading the file?
  8. Yeah... finding the information isn't that bad... but it already says whether the OS is 64-bit or not But adding the cache to XP and backing up kinda stuff will most probably be ignored because IMHO it is just a system information REPORT tool And i would additionally love to see whether LightScribe is supported or not Kinda stupid because you can see the label in the drive but when you are exporting, it would be nice to see Yes and i agree with the CPU Architecture (32-bit or 64-bit) And apart form that if there is a graphical representation on the RAM it would be great... at a glance we could see how many RAM slots are there, how many RAM slots are filled with RAMs (With what capacity) and which slots are free.... the text is too long to read and would most probably be cryptic for a non-tech...
  9. Ranhiru

    Export Options

    I would love to have more export options for speccy... HTML, TXT and RTF would be brilliant formats to export... And further more if we can choose from a list what areas of system information should be exported, it will be really awesome
  10. I did it in VB .NET And that is an excellent idea!! I should really have a wizard Thanx loadz and loadz for the idea my friend
  11. Thanx a lot for the suggestion! And thanx a loooooooooooot for trying it out!
  12. Yes! Finally.. I have being wanting to publish this software for a loooooooong time... but finally i am doing it!! Easy WinApper will make creating entries for winapp2.ini really really easy with its GUI! It will provide all the functionality required to create a winapp2 entree... Being able to add new sections to CCleaner Easy selection of files for detection list Easy Drag & Drop functionality for both FILES and FOLDERS Copy a registry key from Windows Registry Editor and Copy from Clipboard Support for RECURSIVE DELETE and DELETE SELF Support for Folder Location + File Type Masks ( eg : *.*, *.exe, *.jpg) Watch Clipboard for changes and automatically add copied registry keys to the list Delete entries with the DELETE button and edit entries with F2 button Generate instantly a winapp2 entry! Write to winapp2.ini, create a new winapp2.ini or copy to clipboard Globalize function will convert the file paths to paths which can be identified in any system! System requirements Microsoft Windows XP, Vista or 7 (Not tested under Windows 7 though) Microsoft Dot Net Framework 2.0 (Already installed on Vista) DOWNLOAD THE ATTACHED FILE Please report to me any bugs or if you are unsure about how to use the software please ask me! INSTALLATION Unzip and run the setup.exe KNOWN ISSUES Only part of the registry key is copied from the registry editor! It is actually a fault of the regedit! SOURCE CODE Here is the source code for people who are interested... Updated Source Code http://www.4shared.com/file/Y4AWTRj2/Easy_WinApp2_Creator.html TODO * Create a wizard like interface Easy_WinApper.zip Easy_WinApper.zip
  13. Added support for multiple DetectFile options in INI files. Anyone how to achieve this??? Do we just write it like Detect=HKCU\Software\Adobe\ImageReady 8.0Detect=HKCU\Software\SomeSoftware\SomeSoftware or do we have to follow a Detect1= Detect2= Detect3= method? Also can we have Detect and DetectFile both in one section of code?
  14. Well...this is the solution me and Fred came up with! He PM'd me and we both worked on it 2gether! Thanx buddy a lot! [Kaspersky AV/IS]LangSecRef=3021Detect=HKCU\Software\KasperskyLab\Default=TrueFileKey1=%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data\Kaspersky Lab|*.dmpFileKey2=%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data\Kaspersky Lab|*.log This will clean up the dump files and the log files which are created by Kaspersky. Well i found some other places (where few others hav mentioned as well) C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Kaspersky Lab\AVP6\Temp C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Kaspersky Lab\AVP7\temp C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Kaspersky Lab\AVP7\Backup C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Kaspersky Lab\AVP7\Report Well the first reason i'm asking for help from the experts is that is it safe to delete the Temp folder in AVP6?? Because i dont have AVP6 now (Uninstalled!). I use AVP7. But there are 2 folders inside temp. Bases & Dskm. Anyway Kaspersky has a built-in feature to empty the Backup and Report folders. But the problem is in Kaspersky it shows that there are 14 files and the total size is 2.5MB. But really in the folder it has 18 files which are 20.1MB. Note that at this time i hav 17 *.rpt files and 1 *.idx file. What to do??? Which files to delete?? Or is it safe to delete? Well the files in the backup folder sure can be deleted. Coz the number of files and file sizes match So we could add C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Kaspersky Lab\AVP7\Backup in winapp2.ini FileKey3=%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data\Kaspersky Lab\AVP7\Backup|*.klq this will clean the backup files!
  15. Your welcome! Yes i use that as well!
  16. Well its not always there buddy! Its creates these files when it crashes! (as far as i know!)
  17. Any news on whether this location will be added???
  18. Ya datz true! They are not locked anyway. But Kaspersky is now in version 7. Still (as far as i know!) i have not found a way remove it using Kaspersky. Maybe they are safe to delete. Maybe not! So i wz just telling it 2 ppl who can save a few more gigs!
  19. Hello all!! Im totally a CCleaner lover!! I love it sooo much! And i would really like to suggest a great feature for CCleaner! Actually its not a feature but a place where there were several huge files which was not detected by CCleaner! I came across these files when i wanted 2 see how the space in my 14.6GB C: drive has dropped to 486MB!!!! I immediately used CCleaner....but it cleaned only 50MB of Firefox cache. Now i was curious. I tried uninstalling some programs yet i could only clean until i got 1GB free in my C: Then i ran a search for files bigger than 100MB!!! And guess what i found!! 3.65GB of Kaspersky .dmp files!!!!!! C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Kaspersky Lab This is where i found them!!! AVP.7.125_09.25_16.00_72c.SRV.full.dmp This is the name of one file and the others had similar names. When Kaspersky crashes it asks to send the files to Kaspersky labs but i never do it! So they might be keeping it there! But 3.65GB is too much! And as far as i know Kaspersky didnt have any option to delete them. I just deleted them but did not see any malfunctioning....yet! So if CCleaner can include this location and type of files and talk 2 Kaspersky labs and figure out if they are really safe to delete.....hope the next CCleaner can save some extra space !!! And thanx alot Piriform for making CCleaner, Defraggler and Recuva freewares!! They r really coooooooool!
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